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Mar 12, 2011 6:30pm PST
in its path in japan. >> now, desperate for aid after the disaster, thousands of miles away, a tour of the damage here in the bay area. >> it's heart-breaking, to see this kind of damage to appear someplace you call home. >> good even right now in japan, it's just after 11:30 sunday morning, and just about an hour ago, a powerful 6.2 aftershock shook off the eastern coast as the country reels from that 8.9 earthquake. and all eyes are still on that nuclear complex where an explosion occurred. the country's nuclear safety agency says there's another emergency at the same site. rescuers are looking for the missing along hundreds of miles of coastline with many areas still unreachable. the death toll stands at 696, where that number certainly expected to rise. the tsunami that raised across the pacific slammed into northern california airports. and some harbors are still closed. we took a tour of the district in santa cruz. >> reporter: from the water, we get a closer look at the damage left by the tsunami in the santa cruz harbor. >> it's devastating. >> reporter: state and local agen
Mar 13, 2011 6:30pm PDT
commuters want the know. >>> well, moving on to the crisis in japan tonight where estimates of the death toll from thursday's earthquake and tsunami has topped 10,000. there are conflicting government reports reports reports of a possible partial meltdown in side one of the reactor cores. hundreds of people have been checked for radiation exposure and over 100 people have tested positive. they say no radiation is likely to reach the u.s. this is stunning to watch. dramatic new images of friday's tsunami are still coming in. they're pushing into a narrow bay and black water flowing over a sea wall. everything in its pass is washed away. streets were turned into raging rivers and boats in the bay get caught in the flow when they're forced under an overpass. help from all over the world is pouring into japan this weekend. the u.s. military and the agency for international development have sent a variety of supplies and expert workers. two teams, one from los angeles and one from fairfax county, virginia. each has 75 members and six dogs trained to detect survivors . several other countries,
Mar 20, 2011 6:30pm PDT
of dollars. >>> more amazing stories coming out of japan, an 80-year-old woman and her 16-year-old grandson were rescued 9 days after the earthquake leveled their home. they were trapped in the kitchen and survived by eating food in the refrigerator. >>> meanwhile, radiation in food products. they are hopeful they can start cooling pumps and the nissan factory says they hope to resume production tomorrow. >>> antioch police are investigating an overnight accident that killed one man and sent three teenagers to the hospital. investigators say the 18-year- old driver lost control and hit a retaining wall on james done lab boulevard at nightingale just before midnight. the car flipped over killing a 19-year-old passenger and critically injuring a 16-year- old. it was range at the time of the crash but no official word on whether it was a factor. >>> laying the blame after a massive sewage spill. what investigators say caused 2 million gallons to leak in to bay area waters, and a toy ban backlash. why some states may go out of their way to defy san francisco. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> evidence tonigh
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